Everything and the kitchen sink

BLANCO's new Subline 500-IF SteelFrame sink conjures up many innovations including a stain-free material mix

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The new BLANCO Subline 500-IF SteelFrame sink showcases an innovative material mix of stainless steel and Silgranit. The sink is made from Silgranit PuraDur, an invincible material, while the extra-flat, modern stainless steel frame is what makes this sink set-up truly different.  

Thanks to this IF rim, the Subline SteelFrame sink can be installed from above the counter. However, inset installation in stone or glass is possible with the 1mm edge of the sink sitting flat on the worktop creating a modern flush-mounted look.

Silgranit PuraDur is a winning combination of beauty, functionality and individuality for the modern kitchen and is extremely durable and easy-to-clean. Rub in hard stains like curry paste and beetroot juice and watch as the stains disappear with just a gentle rub of a cloth.

Pictured is BLANCO’s Subline 500-IF SteelFrame sink which is available in anthracite and white.

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For further information and technical support visit: www.blanco.co.uk

 

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